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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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resemblance

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | thing; but only when the ~resemblance is such as naturally to 2 1, 57 | but as the higher bears resemblance to ~the lower, as the sun 3 1, 57 | this way there is in God a ~resemblance of all things, as to both 4 1, 59 | God; - on account of the ~resemblance in the effect.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 63 | under God. But he desired resemblance ~with God in this respect - 6 1, 58 | but as the higher bears resemblance to ~the lower, as the sun 7 1, 58 | this way there is in God a ~resemblance of all things, as to both 8 1, 60 | God; - on account of the ~resemblance in the effect. ~Aquin.: 9 1, 64 | under God. But he desired resemblance ~with God in this respect - 10 1, 89 | difference where we find also resemblance. For this reason things 11 1, 92 | angel is ~called a "seal of resemblance" [Ezech. 28:12] because 12 1, 92 | 12] because in him the ~resemblance of the Divine image is wrought 13 1, 107 | definition that it "approaches ~a resemblance to God, as far as may be" ( 14 1, 107 | iii). But sanctity ~and resemblance to God is in the angels 15 2, 21 | to himself, by a sort of resemblance, in so ~far as man is said 16 2, 22 | their acts bear a certain resemblance to ours."~ 17 2, 27 | as potentiality bears a resemblance to its act; since act is 18 2, 44 | transmutation assumes ~a resemblance to and the very nature of 19 2, 44 | inner quarters. It is in resemblance to this contraction, which ~ 20 2, 105 | government approaches nearest in resemblance ~to the Divine government, 21 2, 24 | as much as it bears the resemblance of image, so ~too, are the 22 2, 24 | as much as they bear the ~resemblance of a trace [*Cf. FP, Q[45], 23 2, 51 | vices which have a false resemblance to prudence, ~those namely 24 2, 53 | OPPOSED TO PRUDENCE BY WAY OF RESEMBLANCE (EIGHT ARTICLES) ~We must 25 2, 53 | prudence, which have a ~resemblance thereto. Under this head 26 2, 53 | prudence, through having some resemblance thereto, in two ways. ~First, 27 2, 53 | account of their mutual ~resemblance. Properly speaking, however, 28 2, 53 | these vices bear a certain resemblance to prudence, as ~stated 29 2, 53 | and fraud, bear a certain resemblance to ~prudence in some kind 30 2, 53 | referring to a ~certain resemblance, in so far as she carries 31 2, 54 | those which bear a certain ~resemblance to prudence, such as craftiness 32 2, 86 | a vow, bearing a certain resemblance to the ~confirmation of 33 2, 121 | said to be brave by way of resemblance, through performing acts 34 2, 160 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, resemblance and pretense come after 35 2, 161 | Thou ~wast the seal of resemblance." Secondly, as to knowledge: 36 2, 161 | Thou wast the seal of resemblance," we ~read: "Full of wisdom." 37 2, 164 | wherefore, on account of its ~resemblance to the latter, Isidore says ( 38 3, 4 | Thou wast the seal of ~resemblance." And sin is found in angels, 39 3, 35 | true human body, but some resemblance ~thereof."~Aquin.: SMT TP 40 3, 46 | was mortal, 'having the resemblance of the flesh of sin'"; ~ 41 3, 50 | estimated according to its ~resemblance to the cause. Consequently, 42 3, 73 | corporeal things bear a resemblance to spiritual. Now it is 43 3, 74 | the wheat grain. But the resemblance as to shape in such ~seems 44 3, 74 | than identity; just as the ~resemblance in shape between the dog 45 3, 74 | liquors are called ~wine from resemblance to the wine of the grape. 46 3, 74 | properly but only from ~their resemblance thereto. But genuine wine 47 3, 75 | which remain have some ~resemblance of a subject.~Aquin.: SMT 48 3, 78 | and ~therefore there is no resemblance.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 49 3, 80 | kissing Christ, as to the resemblance of the sin, ~because each 50 3, 80 | observed above (ad 1). And this resemblance ~in crime applies no less 51 3, 82 | respect. There is, however, a resemblance as to the effect of the ~ 52 Suppl, 56| and the priest, that has a resemblance to ~spiritual relationship, 53 Suppl, 65| of view they bore some ~resemblance to concubines, and for this 54 Suppl, 72| natural bears a certain ~resemblance to the supernatural. Thus 55 Suppl, 73| of all men will bear some resemblance to ~Christ's resurrection, 56 Suppl, 73| when he adds "bidding," in resemblance to our own affairs: since 57 Suppl, 74| perfect, and ~bears a closer resemblance to Christ, than the state


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